The walls that make Genoa inaccessible from the sea, still mighty, with the ancient city overlooking it: the sea has moved away and below, on the rocks, there are now roads and construction sites.
Along the road, built where until the end of the 19th century there were rocks and the remains of shipwrecked ships, the ancient walls are still visible with continuity. They were placed at the base of the waterfront, articulated and colorful thanks to the buildings that overlook the sea, leaving only the narrow space of the walkway along the walls.
Information curated by:
Isabella Rizzitano (2019-2023)